McEachin Announces “For the People” August District Work Period Events

July 23, 2019
Press Release
Richmond, Va. - Congressman A. Donald McEachin has spent the past 200 days working to lower health care costs, protecting our environment, increasing paychecks by rebuilding American and restoring ethics and integrity in our government to deliver progress to the people of Virginia’s fourth congressional district. He will be holding events to discuss his vision for the country, give legislative updates, and hear directly from his constituents on what matters most to them. Congressman McEachin issued the following statement:
 
"After spending several months advocating and passing good policy For The People, I am very excited to be coming home with extended opportunity to meet with constituents,” said Congressman A. Donald McEachin. “We have events planned all over the district - a town hall about gun violence in Petersburg with special guest, Secretary of Public Safety Brian Moran, another town hall with Congressman Scott in Chesapeake and a town hall in Emporia about healthcare. I will also be doing several book drops at libraries in the district and I will also meet with constituents in Surry to discuss food deserts, an issue in which I have introduced bicameral legislation with Senator Warner.
 

“I plan to be all over the district to hear the concerns of my constituents and share information about the first seven months of this Congress. It will be a busy time and I look forward to being out around the district for an extended period.”

 

Schedule below

 
 

July 30th at 6pm: Tri-Cities Gun Violence Town Hall in cooperation with Moms Demand Action and Virginia Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security Brian Moran Pathways-VA 1200 W. Washington St. Petersburg, VA 23803

 

August 1st at 6pm: Chesapeake Town Hall with Rep. Bobby Scott

New Mount Olive Baptist Church; 662 Fernwood Farms Road, Chesapeake, VA 23320

 

August 3rd at 10:30 am: Surry County Food Deserts Coffee with Your Congressman

Dendron Community Center; 2850 Rolfe Highway, Dendron VA, 23839

 

August 3rd at 12pm: Library of Congress Book Drop at the Surry Library

Surry County Public Library; 270 Colonial Trail East, Surry, VA 23883

 

August 7th at 6:30pm: Emporia Health Care Town Hall in cooperation with the Virginia Legislative Black Caucus, City of Emporia, and local health care experts

City Council Chambers; 201 S. Main St. Emporia, VA 23847

 

August 8th at 10am: Agriculture Advisory Meeting and Roundtable in Dinwiddie Richlands Creamery; 460 Cox Rd, Blackstone VA, 23824

 

August 8th at 1pm: Library of Congress Book Drop at the Petersburg Library

201 W. Washington St. Petersburg, VA 23803

 

August 9th, 1pm-4pm: Chesapeake Mobile McEachin; Chesapeake Central Library

298 Cedar Rd., Chesapeake, VA 23322

A caseworker from the Office of Rep. McEachin will be present to assist constituents with any issues they are facing with a federal agency.

 

August 12th 2pm-4pm: Prince George Mobile McEachin; Prince George Public Library

6605 Courts Drive, Prince George, VA 23875

A caseworker from the Office of Rep. McEachin will be present to assist constituents with any issues they are facing with a federal agency.

 

August 13th 1pm-4pm: Southampton County Mobile McEachin

Walter Cecil Rawls Library, Courtland, VA 23827

A caseworker from the Office of Rep. McEachin will be present to assist constituents with any issues they are facing with a federal agency.

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ContactAriana Valderrama

(202) 225-6365

 
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